Google CEO Larry Page will take the stand again in the company's courtroom tussle with Oracle over whether Android infringes on Java patents and copyrights, but the story line for the search giant is set.
The crux of Google's argument goes like this:Java code was available to the public free. Google did nothing wrong developing Android. And Oracle is annoyed because it and Sun failed to popularize Java-based smartphones.
Those bullets are designed to counter Oracle's argument that Google ripped off Java and called it Android.
Google's pyrotechnics in its opening statement come as it … Read more